Get A COVID-19 Live Swab or PCR test for 45% Off in as little as 20 minutes.

Covid testing is now available in Virginia Beach at StatFile testing center.  No waiting or Doctor required.  Serving Hampton Roads.

Please note: All symptomatic patients will be tested in a reserved space outside to keep other’s safe.

Physical administered by Julie Megaro, Nurse Practitioner, RN and staff, Federal Exam License # 5255691332.

Viral COVID-19 Test (PCR Testing)

    A Viral test is a test for current infection (usually a nasal swab or saliva sample). If you have symptoms, you should have this test. StatFile offers the Saliva Lab Test For Symptomatic patients. Asymptomatic patients can choose either test.

Rapid vs. Lab Tests

Rapid Test

rapid covid test virginia beach norfolkStat File offers various Rapid “Instant” test, with results available within approximately 10 – 20 minutes.

This includes the Rapid Point of Care (POC) Nasal Swab Test.

The Rapid POC Nasal Swab Test does test for the SARS-COV-2 (Covid -19) virus. This test takes approximately 10 – 15 minutes, and has an accuracy rating of approximately 90%. The difference in our Rapid Covid Test, vs. other versions available is the time the virus enters the body until it mutates to be detected. Our test is one of the most accurate and has the shortest duration for detection, generally 2 days. Other test take anywhere from 5 – 14 days after the virus enters the body to be detected.

Lab Test

covid lab test virginia beachStat File offers Active Live Virus Molecular PCR Testing.

Our Lab Based “Live Virus” is a Molecular PCR test and is one of the most advanced and accurate test available. This test also uses SALIVA vs. the long nasal probe, so it is much less invasive and is certainly more comfortable. This test has an accuracy of 98%. The Molecular PCR test is the ONLY test acceptable for travel to other states or countries. The turnaround time for this test is generally two business days. Our PCR Tests now include testing for Covid, Flu or RSV as well. NOTE: DUE TO THE RECENT SURGES ACROSS THE COUNTRY WE HAVE ON OCCASION HAD TEST RESULTS DELAYED. STAT FILE HAS NO CONTROL OVER DELAYS WHICH MAY OCCUR. WHILE THESE DELAYS ARE RARE, THEY CAN HAPPEN!

Please Book an Appointment Below,

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Call 757-497-7828 to Schedule. (Appointment Required)

(for Saturday appointments, please call to schedule. Thanks!)


Can I get tested for COVID-19 if I am asymptomatic?

With StatFile, you can be tested whether you are showing symptoms (symptomatic) or not showing symptoms (asymptomatic). If you have symptoms, we will test you in our parking lot in a reserved space.

Symptoms include: Fever, Cough, Shortness of breath, Chills, Shaking with chills, Loss of taste or smell, Muscle pain, Headache, Sore throat.

When you come in for testing, we want you to feel comfortable that we are not inviting symptomatic individuals inside.

Why get tested for COVID-19 if I don’t have symptoms?

Were you recently exposed?
Did you arrive from a “hot spot” location?
Do you plan to visit a friend or relative who may be vulnerable?
Are you traveling to a location that requires that you arrive with a negative test result? (“Fit to Fly” testing)<
Are you returning to campus?, etc?
Peace of mind?

Will my insurance cover the cost?

StatFile is not in network with any insurer. The CARES ACT seems to require that all insurers cover certain COVID-19 related tests, even if they are out of network. We will provide you with a receipt of payment which you can submit to your insurance for possible reimbursement.

Testing times

Lab Based Test, Blood or Saliva – Normal turnaround times, without shipping, or lab delayed due to exceptionally high volume can be as short as 36 hours. Ask the technician when you call about current results times.

Can I change my mind after booking/paying?

With all Covid-19 tests, the sale is final. Once we open the sterile, secure test kit, the test is then considered “in progress”. As such, we cannot cancel the test, thus, all sales are final, no exceptions.

Is my test reported anywhere?

The CDC, FHA, and Virginia Department of Health require, that ALL TEST, BOTH POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE, be reported to these authorities.